2013 Twilight Dinner Success

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The Twilight Dinner was held on Saturday 26 October 2013, commencing at 5pm. Nancy and Robert Hiscock were very generous in offering their Woolshed situated off the Pyalong Lancefield Road at High Camp. With an attendance of close to one hundred locals, it was considered a huge success. It brought together many people who have lived side by side for years, but not engaged on a social level.

The Committee and volunteers did a great job in transforming the shed into a dining room for the evening, complete with; chandeliers and candelabra made from recycled farm materials, jam jars for drinking glasses, sawn off pieces of pine for place mats, and tea towels for napkins. A very rustic atmosphere, which was set off by a marvellous musical trio from the Melbourne Scottish Fiddle Club. While not an event that is sustainable on an annual basis, due to the large amount of work involved, it is certainly something that will be considered on a bi-annual basis in the future